Lotus Software Group will include new, server-side tools to reject spam before it hits an end user's mailbox in its upcoming Notes R6 software, the next version of the IBM subsidiary's e-mail and collaboration software, the company announced today.
Sales software ASP (application service provider) Salesnet Inc. is developing an expanded version of its hosted application, including greater ability to customize and features aimed at larger organizations.
With just over a month to go before Microsoft Corp.'s controversial licensing plan goes into effect, Linux developer Ximian Inc. is offering alternatives and incentives to get network executives to switch to open-source software.
Qualcomm Wireless and Internet Group President Paul Jacobs says the company's many CDMA (code division multiple access) related patents are sound and that Qualcomm won't fall into the mire of litigation that sometimes faces companies which derive income from licensing their intellectual property.
Aiming to help companies automate business processes to drive external collaboration, NexPrise Inc. on Tuesday plans to enhance its nProcess Platform for development and unveil 25 out-of-the-box applications for the manufacturing industry.
Users and antivirus vendors are questioning the seriousness of a virus announced recently by McAfee Security, a division of Network Associates, as well as the manner in which McAfee doled out details about the virus.
Extensity will unveil the newest version of its ERM (employee relationship management) solution Monday designed to help companies boost bottom-line results through integrated tracking and controlling of employee-based financial processes such as expense reporting and time sheets.
U.S. regulators set a per-song royalty rate for radio Webcasters Thursday that was half the previously proposed rate, giving a break to some online radio stations who feared the higher rates would drive them off the air.
The proliferation of data in the enterprise is leading many organizations to pry their pocketbooks wide open in hopes of finding a reliable way to search and retrieve critical information lurking in various content repositories.
A new satellite to be launched towards the end of next year to carry Internet traffic can offer bandwidth at just 10 percent of the cost of conventional satellite systems, Thai company Shin Satellite PLC said Friday at the CommunicAsia show.
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